Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Missing toddler in Bullitt County found SAFE

Missing toddler in Bullitt County found SAFE

"We are so happy because we didn't give up hope, we didn't quit looking but hope was going way down for me", Donnie Tinnell said.

Charlee originally went missing early Thursday and was found 32 hours later on Friday just after 6 p.m.

She said another member of her family, who is getting some extra treats these days and is even being fed hamburgers, is the reason Charlee survived.

Campbell disappeared from her Lebanon Junction home Thursday morning.

"We've got rattlesnakes and copperheads and coyotes and we've got all kinds of wildlife and things a little kid could be hurt", he said. Authorities are also requesting the toddler undergo an examination to determine if someone sexually assaulted her.

Tinnell said authorities did not find the pajama bottoms the child was reportedly wearing when she was first reported missing.

The county sheriff's department said in a Facebook post Friday evening that the child walked up onto the porch of a home on Roy Layne Road in Bullitt County.

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"The little girl had scratches on her feet, dirty feet, and ticks on her".

"She opened the door".

"They've been everywhere", Brown said.

"You see this stuff on the news", he said.

But Charlee's case is not an unfamiliar one to Brown. His brother's story came to a tragic end that still haunts him to this day. "He had died", he said. "That's all I can say about it".

While Mo has been located, WAVE-TV reported that the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office is still investigating the circumstances of the girl's disappearance.

The family of a toddler who was found after being missing for almost two days are hailing their pit bull Penny as a hero, after the devoted dog was believed to have stayed by the autistic two-year-old girl's side during her disappearance. She didn't answer me.

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